The 2013 Doll Gallery is now updated! In this second gallery photos of dolls you will find Abrille, Iris, Jane, Brielle, Anaïs, Betty and Georgia! All these dolls were created during that year! Thanks everyone for watching!
*WARNING! SOME NUDITY IS FEATURED IN THIS POST. PARENTAL GUIDANCE IS REQUIRED.
Bonjour everyone! Two days ago, my dear Agnès was introduced to you wigged! Speaking of wigs, the hair used was synthetic, I have used it, to mimic natural black hair. Also, I changed my way on making wigs. They now look a bit more natural and I use 85% of the time fine quality human hair and the other 15% is a mix of human and mohair. In a future, I will elaborate more on the subject with a another doll… For tonight’s post, I decided to present Agnès with two of my previous dolls, Fukiko & Betty. It was important for me to present her and compare her with other dolls that I created in the past, because yes, in my own point of view, Agnès looks different from my old dolls. For one, she’s taller and more linear. Two, her face looks more women like and her features are little bit more “realistic”, in other word less cartoon like! I sculpted her in being aware that I needed to make a more mature doll, rather than childish looking one. Though a few past dolls also look more women like, Rachelle, Aglahé and Beatrice come to mind, however with Agnès, I went more deeply with her sculpt aesthetic!
*THIS VIDEO CONTAINS NUDITY PARENTAL GUIDANCE REQUIRED
Good evening! On my last post, I forgot to mention, right in the begging, that the video contains nudity and parental guidance was required. Sorry for this situation and won’t forget next time. Hope you like them, since it is an overview of my past work. Thank you!
Happy Sunday doll fanatics! I’m very thrilled to show you my second video, but this time, it’s for my 2013 Dolls. Actually, there will be two videos for 2013 dolls and maybe two or three for the dolls made in 2014: since I made a lot of them during that year. Making these videos are fun, though they do take time to create, they are a good way to do promotions. Thanks everybody and stay in touch for my next videos and…more dolls.
Good afternoon! What a beautiful Saturday it is sunny here in Montreal. There are a few clouds and the weather is just perfect for early August, 25 degrees (70 Fahrenheit). Before I talk about Georgia, I just want to let all of you know that Atelier Miss Georgia is now on Flickr! On that page, I will only promote the behind scenes on making my one of a kind fashion art dolls, maybe other photos like sketches will be featured, but I will see what will be happening in the future. Here is the link to my Flickr page http://www.flickr.com/photos/133491917@N08/ or go directly to my website and click the FLICKR button on Atelier Miss Georgia’s home page at http://www.ateliermissgeorgia.com . Now, It is time to present Georgia my last doll created in December 2013. Just like Betty, she is also made of Living Doll polymer clay but I decided to add 56 grams of Fimo Classic caramel. I think that was the right thing for me to do because she turned out more solid than Betty sculpt. By discovering that, I knew Fimo Classic was the perfect clay to mix with Living Doll to give it more strength! Like all my previous dolls, Georgia has beautiful handmade blue crystal eyes, stands 18 inches tall (46 cm) and her wig is made of human hair that I curled.Thanks again everyone for your support! I will see you on my next post!
Hello everyone! For tonight’s post, I will make it short and sweet, this is the second and final part of my doll Betty. As I noticed on my Facebook page, many of you truly liked her and so do I! However, I would have preferred to have sculpted her from another professional clay, even though I enjoy the way she is sculpted, her features and her skin color. Betty stands 18 inches tall (46 cm), her blue grey eyes are handmade in crystal and her wig is made of human hair that I curled. Sculpted by accident, but she ended up having a beneficial effect on my doll making image and aesthetics.Thanks for watching and see you on my next post.
Good evening! How are all of you feeling tonight? In my case, it couldn’t have been better! It’s been almost two months, since I’ve been posting my ”ladies” both here on my website and on Facebook! It is a lot of work, but I truly love it and I’m making new connections with lovely people who either share the same interests or appreciate what I do. As I mentioned yesterday on my Facebook page, here is Betty my sixth doll from the year 2013. She’s made from leftover Living Doll clay and since I do not like waist nor this clay, I felted culpable and obligated to sculpted her! This clay…really makes me nervous since I have to work with it quickly, otherwise it sticks to my hands and I have a hard time to mold. Also, do not be surprised that on future posts to see MANY other dolls made from this clay! Some of you might be wondering why I continued to use this clay, the answer is very simple: because it was the only polymer clay that I could find easily here in Montreal, in a specialized hobby and craft store. In addition, I wanted to give it a chance by combining it with other higher quality polymer clay, such as Fimo Puppen, Fimo Classic and Cernit, which are used by professional doll artists. Thanks for watching!
This is last the part of Abrille’s Photos! PS: I am so sorry for the quality of the pictures! It doesn’t do the doll any justice…I’m planning to buy another camera in early fall. Till my next post, Enjoy!
Good afternoon to you all. Yesterday, I presented the first part of Abrille and tonight it will be the last one, so stay in touch for more photos of her! Abrille is my first Latin or South American doll, but she was my fifth doll from the year 2013. Actually, she was created in long period, two months and half (end of April to early July). No wigs were created at that time, since I had to look another way to make a good wig by using high quality human hair instead of synthetic hair, but I had to wait in August of that year to do it.